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1fount

noun \ˈfant\

Definition of FOUNT

Origin of FOUNT

Middle English, from Anglo-French funte, founte, from Latin font-, fons
First Known Use: 15th century

Rhymes with FOUNT

2fount

noun \ˈfänt, ˈfant\

Definition of FOUNT

British
:  a type font

Origin of FOUNT

French fonte, from Middle French — more at font
First Known Use: circa 1683

Rhymes with FOUNT

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